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Programs for June 2012

22 Jul

June 4, 2012 Julie Childers,Vice-President of Engineering at Knoxville Utilities Board will speak. Her title will be KUB’s Century II Water Asset Management Program.

In 2007, KUB began an emphasis on developing an asset management and life-cycle replacement program, which was named Century II, for its focus on a new century of providing utility service. Due to the success of the Pace10 program for wastewater, the asset management programs for the other 3 utilities, electric, gas, and water, would be based on the same formula. This presentation will focus on development of the Century II program for KUB’s

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water system. The goal of Century II for water is the identification and replacement or repair of water lines that are past their useful life, for two reasons:
educe the frequency of water line breaks, which cause traffic and neighborhood disruption, as well as water service interruptions.
educe the amount of water loss from KUB’s system, which will improve operational efficiency and meet new regulatory requirements.

June 11,2012. Brent Wood and Michael Pannell of S&ME.Inc. will speak. The topic will be “Two Approaches to Small Dam Removal”. We think of dams as permanent structures but on a geological time scale they are temporary. Catastrophic failure is an undesirable end for a dam so the removal of an existing dam should be carefully considered.

June 18, 2012. Bill Marrison, President, Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority will speak.

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The title of his speech will be “75 Years of Making Memories and Serving East Tennessee”. As a child, I, Bob Scott, recall seeing an air show on Sutherland Avenue in Knoxville so, for me, the history of Knoxville’s airport is interesting and the proposal for an

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June 25, 2012 John Schwartz, PhD, PE, UTK Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering will speak. His topic will be “Use of Fish Functional Traits to Associate In-Stream Suspended Sediment Transport Metrics with

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ohn Schwartz joined the faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee in August 2003. He has a PhD in Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a MS in Fisheries Science (Water Resources) from Oregon State University, and a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri at Columbia. Professional experience includes the US Peace Corps, US Environmental Protection Agency (NPDES compliance), and private consulting in the State of Oregon as a licensed engineer. Dr. Schwartz is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, serving on the River Restoration Committee and the Urban Water Resources Research Council (UWRRC). He is Co-Chair of the UWRRC Urban Streams Standing Committee, and leading an effort to produce a guidance manual on assessment and monitoring of urban stream restoration projects.

 
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